Documents
Title & Summary | Author | Updated | ||
---|---|---|---|---|
Sample ContentSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 1 month 1 week ago | |
Useful Internet resourcesSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 3 months 1 day ago | |
Typing mathematical expressionsMathematical expressions can be inserted within HTML text of all content types (e.g., page, book page, blog, forum) edited using the available online WYSIWYG HTML editor. The mathematical expressions must be typed using the syntax of TeX/LaTeX. The easiest way to start is to author a page with some LaTeX code for mathematical expressions given here (based on the code snippets from an online cookbook). [For a more comprehensive documentation of TeX syntax, see this document.] |
ranjan | 47 | 4 months 3 weeks ago | |
Solve $\int sin(x) cos^2(x) dx$A sample content to illustrate how multi-step content type can be used. The content created below is similar to the Wolfram|Alpha Step-By-Step $\int sin(x) cos^2(x) dx$. |
ranjan | 47 | 5 months 2 weeks ago | |
Time-saving summary of the principal formulas for the relevant area of physicsThe summary is taken from "Problems in General Physics" by I. E. Irodov. |
ranjan | 47 | 5 months 2 weeks ago | |
PhysicsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 5 months 2 weeks ago | |
Create a Function PlotSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 6 months 2 weeks ago | |
Part 3: ElectrodynamicsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 6 months 3 weeks ago | |
HTML EditorWYSIWYG+MathThe WYSIWYG HTML Editor lets you create visually formatted (HTML) content [without any knowledge of HTML) with the help of buttons in the top toolbar of the editing area. This editor is available for editing all content types a member (a Blogger or an Author) can create/edit. As a Guest (not logged in) user, you can still use all features except saving or inserting images/multi-media objects from personal workspace. Mathematical expressions can be inserted within HTML text of all content types (e.g., page, book page, blog, forum. The mathematical expressions must be typed using the syntax of TeX/LaTeX. ToolbarThe toolbar buttons are similar to those you have seen in What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editors like MSWORD (in Windows) or OpenOffice (or LibreOffice) Writer (in LINUX). HTML CodeAll content formatting information is converted into HTML code, which can be seen either by clicking the "Disable rich-text" link below the edit area, or by clicking "HTML" button in the toolbar. If you know HTML, you can do some editing in HTML mode also to do more than the toolbar buttons do. However, you must be very careful in using HTML mode. |
ranjan | 47 | 7 months 2 weeks ago | |
Create New DrawingThis page has an embedded drawing tool - "SVG-edit". The drawings are reusable; they get saved in your workspace, and can be inserted in a page. You may find this tutorial very helpful. |
ranjan | 47 | 7 months 2 weeks ago | |
Equation formatting and numberingLaTeX has useful environments for multi-line equations, equation grouping, and alignment. Here are a few examples involving split, multiline, gather and align. [To see the LaTeX code of any equation, right-click on it.] |
ranjan | 47 | 7 months 2 weeks ago | |
A Sample PathWhile the path diagram embedded below illustrates most of the features, its nodes are too crammed. |
ranjan | 47 | 7 months 2 weeks ago | |
Mathematical expressionsFor creating/editing with mathematical expressions in it, you can use TeX/LaTeX syntax. Here is a sample equation, which is Physics-wise much more complex than its type-setting! $$\left [ - \frac{\hbar^2}{2 m} \frac{\partial^2}{\partial x^2} + V \right ] \Psi = i \hbar \frac{\partial}{\partial t} \Psi\nonumber$$ |
ranjan | 47 | 8 months 1 day ago | |
Help & TipsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 8 months 1 day ago | |
Temporary pageSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 9 months 6 days ago | |
Create New Path DiagramSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 9 months 2 weeks ago | |
Organize Content Using a Path PageThis path page shows how you can organize (study-)items as a diagram showing their inter-dependencies. The path diagram embedded below shows some Khan Academy videos within boxes connected by lines/arrows. |
ranjan | 47 | 9 months 2 weeks ago | |
NCERT Textbook TopicsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 9 months 3 weeks ago | |
Part 6: Atomic and Nuclear PhysicsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 1 year 7 months ago | |
Part 5: OpticsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 47 | 1 year 7 months ago |